School Council Nominations Close Thursday September 24th, at Noon

    School Council Election Nominations Close in Two Days. An updated chart is provided with the candidates whose nominations have been received to date, and their schools - see below. Nominations have been received from 13/26 schools with a total of 30 nominations.

    Yukon School Councils and Nominations

    Updated:  Sep 22, 2020

    Note:  Nominations close at noon on Thursday, September 24, 2020.  If the number of nominated candidate does not exceed the number of positions, the candidates will be elected by acclamation.  If a poll is required, it will be held at the school on Monday, October 5, 2020. 

    Community

    School #

    Attendance Area

    Positions

    Nominations

     

    Carmacks

    1

    Tantalus School

    3

     

    Whitehorse

    2

    F.H. Collins Secondary School

    7

     

    Faro

    3

    Del Van Gorder School

    5

    Sarah Piercey

    Rose Stubbs

    Ted Baker

    Michell Wendy

    Sarah Djuretic

     

    Haines Junction

    4

    St. Elias Community School

    3

     

    Whitehorse

    5

    Whitehorse Elementary School

    7

    Thane Phillips

    Mayo

    6

    J.V. Clark School

    3

    Terra Blanchard

    Sarah Paschuk

    Whitehorse

    7

    Selkirk Elementary School

    5

    Laura Davidson

    Whitehorse

    8 *

    Christ the King Elementary School

    5

    Melissa Yu Schott

    Whitehorse

    9 *

    Vanier Catholic Secondary School

    5

    Truska Gorrell

     

    Carcross

    10

    Ghùch Tlâ Community School

    5

    Sheena Johns

    Courtney Sewell-Grant

    Watson Lake

    11

    Watson Lake Schools

    7

     

    Whitehorse

    12

    Grey Mountain Primary School

    5

    Joanne Heyes

    Teslin

    13

    Khàtinas.axh Community School

    3

    Jennifer Clark

    Kristyne Geddes

    Jari Smarch

    Old Crow

    15

    Chief Zzeh Gittlit School

    5

     

    Dawson City

    16

    Robert Service School

    6

     

    Ross River

    17

    Ross River School

    5

     

    Whitehorse

    18

    Takhini Elementary School

    5

     

     

    Pelly Crossing

    19

    Eliza Van Bibber School

    3

     

    Beaver Creek

    20

    Nelnah Bessie John School

    3

     

    Whitehorse

    21

    Porter Creek Secondary School

    7

    Misty Ticiniski

    Jennifer Kozmen

    Deanna McLeod

    Sheri Graham

    Whitehorse

    22

    Jack Hulland Elementary School

    7

    Misty Ticiniski

    Sheri Graham

    Rachel Hrebien

    Whitehorse

    24

    Golden Horn Elementary School

    5

     

    Whitehorse

    25

    Elijah Smith Elementary School

    3

     

    Whitehorse

    26

    Hidden Valley School

    5

    Jordi Mikeli-Jones

    Natasha MacDonald

    Ashley Feasby

    Shannon Whellan

    Whitehorse

    27 *

    Holy Family Elementary School

    5

    Erin Spiewak

    Gina Anderson

     

    Destruction Bay

    28

    Kluane Lake School

    5

     

    *  Indicates a school established on the basis of religion.

     

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